On both sides of the towel fabric, there are curls created with special warp threads called curl threads that run separately from the warp threads on the bottom. The curls are created with certain mechanical apparatuses (variable-stroke sley or compression comb) that provide the required length of the curl wrap in a cyclic manner and that are installed on the weaving loom. Cotton is generally used when producing such woven products. After the bleaching process, the towel fabrics are provided with very high absorption capacity; this explains the areas of use of such woven products. In addition, by steering the curl threads with a jacquard, different regular or irregular patterns may be created on the woven fabric using different colored threads. There are different types of towels for different purposes such as bathroom towels, hand-face towels, beach towels and foot towels.